Fixed a bug in the prior version where mouse aiming was on by default.
Thanks to Varone for reporting.
Updated the crates room to include text telling you that you can enable mouse aiming in the settings menu. Updated the controls display at the start of the game and the armory with the same.
Official 1.001 Mouse Aiming For Those Who Stood And Fought (Released February 19th, 2013)
Fixed a bug that could occasionally cause exceptions to be thrown when first generating the interior of a new building. - Thanks to windgen, Vatticson, and Mick for reporting.
Previously, there was a bug where the "enter NPC movement mode" keybind could work in side view, causing a warning message to pop up. - Thanks to Mick and Penumbra for reporting.
Fixed a minor graphical issue where "molten lava damage" was reporting damage 100x higher than was actually being done to you.
Mouse Aiming Option Added To Settings An option has now been provided in the settings menu for "Enable Mouse Aiming." This lets players who find keyboard or gamepad controls to be repugnant to experience the game in some manner. Our view is that this manner is sub-par and watered-down, but we've finally started looking at this as more of an accessibility mode. It's not ideal, but it allows a certain demographic to play who is otherwise unable/unwilling to do so. There is also a corresponding default keybinding set that has been added, which gives you WASD + mouse controls when used in tandem with the above option. Or you can set your own.
* New, fleshed-out citybuilding system that plays on the world map and utilizes NPCs * New procedurally-modified spells added to crafting framework and as loot * Vastly better intercontinental level progression * Added the incinerator for getting rid of inventory clutter * Added peaceful retirement to select a new character without killing your old one * Added ghost copies of inventory items for assigning the same item to multiple ability bars at once * New NPC features including dispatch missions, gifts, and unique attributes by time period * Reworked enchant system * New mystery: The Story of Jinsiek and John * Improved mystery clues seeding * 100 new rooms * New underwater buildings * New unlockables * New music track * Improved intro mission * Improved encyclopedia * Improved tooltips and help popups * Multiplayer tweaks and improvements * Full release notes: http://arcengames.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=AVWW_-_Post-Launch_Series_2_Release_Notes
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Updates to A Valley Without Wind have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. The major changes include:
* Over 160 new room maps. * 15 new regular enemies * 8 new minibosses * 16 new "elite" enemies (plus the idea of elites at all) * 5 classes of infestations (plus the idea of infestations at all) * A new "craggy highlands" region/biome type. * 8 new music tracks * 5 new classes of player enchants * 3 new player spells * Substantial rebalancement of most player spells. * The ability to give "wait here" orders to NPCs in rescue missions.x * Larger and more intricate continent designs. * Rebalanced and streamlined strategic flow. * No more Civilization Progress (CP) in favor of better mechanics. * One central in-game currency rather than six. * A new "Opal Guardian Store" in settlements. * Loot drops from trash mobs, for use at the opal store. * A better enchant-based system of upgrades in place of upgrade stones. * New Feet enchant slot, splitting out items from the Legs slot. * Streamlined character selection/creation process. * Unique attributes for characters by time period. * More enchant-like unique attributes for every individual character. * Heavily revised and rebalanced existing missions to player feedback. * New Freefall and Boss Delve mission types. * More rewards from doing secret missions. * No penalties/drawbacks from doin world map missions. * More gradual ramp-up in difficulty of the harder mission types. * New spell scroll that you can find and use to turn yourself into tiny t-rex. * A "shopping list" system helping you to keep track of your self-set goals. * Many improvements to the existing planning menu in general. * Smaller, more fun lieutenant towers filled with infestations. * Texture pack support. * Smoother minimap exploration. * More fun and threatening windstorm mechanics. * Many new multiplayer admin commands (largely anti-griefing-related). * Vastly more fun ocean exploration. * Minor continent-wide bonuses from building settlement structures. * Longer durations on continent-wide guardian power scroll uses. * Filtering to the enchants inventory for vastly easier management of many enchants. * Improved elemental strengths/weaknesses for enemies in general. * Much better (completely randomized) elemental strengths/weaknesses for bosses). * 7 new achievements * And much more: http://arcengames.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=AVWW_-_Post-Launch_Series_1_Release_Notes